Engaging Patients in Improving Ambulatory Care – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – 6 March 2013

Posted on April 4, 2013. Filed under: Chronic Disease Mgmt, Patient Participation | Tags: |

Engaging Patients in Improving Ambulatory Care – Robert Wood Johnson Foundation – 6 March 2013

A Compendium of Tools from Maine, Oregon, and Humboldt County, California

“A new toolkit showcases how primary care practices are involving patients in quality improvement efforts as part of Aligning Forces for Quality (AF4Q), the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s signature effort to lift the quality of care in targeted communities across the United States. The “Engaging Patients in Improving Ambulatory Care” toolkit features videos and an extensive compendium of adaptable resources from three AF4Q alliances—Maine, Oregon, and Humboldt County, Calif.—to introduce the concept of partnering with patients and families in primary care and share lessons learned.”

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